by Chantal Fernando
Published by Pocket Star on February 8th 2016
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From USA TODAY bestselling author Chantal Fernando comes a brand new Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club e-novella, full of sexy bad-boy bikers, strong heroines, and steamy romance!
Even by Wind Dragon Motorcycle Club standards, Irish was always a bit of a dark horse. Not one to confide his secrets, such as where he got that mysterious scar across his neck, he’s quick with his fists and even quicker to jump to the defense of his MC. But is he nimble enough to handle the woman he never saw coming? Or will she leave him with a matching scar across his heart?
Featuring scorching hot chemistry and plenty of sass, Dirty Ride is sure to rev your engine and get you immediately hooked!
Short, sweet, and sexy.
If you’re in the mood for those three things then you’re going to enjoy Dirty Ride.
Tina is on the run from an abusive relationship trying to start a new life. Then she meets Ardan AKA Irish, and suddenly, all bets are off. Despite being part of a motorcycle club, Ardan is a full on protective alpha. He’s sweet and like most alphas in this category, he doesn’t take no for an answer. And he quickly dismantled Tina’s reservation.
I actually enjoyed the heroine, Tina. She’s very forthcoming and despite her unfortunate past, she didn’t let it get in the way of enjoying her new life and opening herself up to Ardan. There was no drama between them. Both acted like adults who knows what they want and went after it. Sure, there were issues regarding Tina’s psycho ex but because both characters has established trust between them, these issues were almost negligent in the grand scheme of things.
Which is probably why I didn’t love this book as much. It was okay. It was sweet and the sexy times were plentiful but not overwhelmingly so. But the conflict overall was a bit weak. There wasn’t really a lot of development between the two main characters too but since this is a novella, I could understand that and could give it a pass. I wish there was more though.
Despite that, the experience reading this book was a positive one, and I highly recommend this book to readers who love their romance sweet and low-angst.